You will have the opportunity to develop clinical trials that benefit your research, with your priorities.
New Members must be personally recommended by two existing Full Members who must be named as nominating members on the application form. Full Members may choose from a membership term of one, three or five years.
ALLG membership brings many benefits that enhances your leadership and access opportunities to:
- Collaborate with > 850 member haematologists, blood cancer specialists and researchers;
- Develop and conduct clinical trials and laboratory studies that support your priorities;
- Partner with experienced clinicians and trialists;
- Expedite results for publication and authorship in high-impact journals;
- Connect with the ALLG’s international cooperative group network;
- Secure funding through ALLG’s national and international government and industry partnerships;
- Access Australia’s largest collection of AML and blood disorder data (ALLG NBCR & Biobank);
- Present your research at national and international conferences;
- Receive extensive clinical trial support (e.g. protocols, HREC, statistics, medical writing, etc).
We are always looking to support future leaders. Full Membership of the ALLG could lead to a role as a trial Principal Investigator (Pl), chairing a subcommittee, working in a trial group or offering leadership as part of the Scientific Advisory Committee.
ALLG Associate Membership is designed to accelerate your career in haematology clinical research.
It is designed for trial coordinators, research nurses, registrars/trainees and scientists who support ALLG-related clinical trials and correlative research.
If you are a data manager, research nurse or trial coordinator who has an affiliation with an ALLG trial, you are welcome to apply for an Associate Membership.
The complimentary membership includes registrations to the ALLG Scientific Meetings and many benefits. For more information, please view the flyer below.
The ALLG Associate Membership is designed to accelerate your career in haematology clinical research. It is designed for trial coordinators, research nurses, registrars/trainees and scientists who support ALLG-related clinical trials and correlative research.
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An Associate Member of the company is a person who must participate in a Study under the supervision of a Principal Investigator (PI)
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Associate Member: Registrar/Trainee
An Associate Member: Registrar/Trainee is a haematologist in training in clinical and/or laboratory haematology. This membership is available until completion of training. Once qualified, if you wish to continue your membership, you will need to apply for ‘Full’ membership by completing the application form online.
As an Associate Member, you will be able to attend ALLG Scientific Meetings, receive notice of general meetings, and access relevant education and training opportunities. As this category does not pay a membership fee, Associate Membership does not include membership-voting rights or the opportunity to run a clinical trial.
An Associate Member: Registrar/Trainee is a haematologist in training in clinical and/or laboratory haematology.
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Community Membership is available to anyone who would like to maintain an active interest in the activities of the ALLG. It is hoped that a wide range of people will take advantage of this level of involvement with the ALLG and in supporting its work.
Community Members may include:
- Members upon retirement when they cease to be full members
- Patients and their friends and family
- People in the community who have been affected by a blood cancer
- Members of consumer groups and patient advocates
- Members of the public who wish to support research into blood cancers